Practice and Procedure
R v GAEL TAMEU KAMKI (2013)
PUBLISHED February 11, 2014
 EWCA Crim 2335
A jury had been given adequate directions in relation to the issue of consent before it found a defendant guilty of rape, assault by penetration and sexual assault following a sexual encounter at a party between the defendant and a woman who was heavily intoxicated. The judge had fully dealt with the elements of capacity and it had not been necessary for him to indicate that a drunken consent remained a consent.
CA (Crim Div) (McCombe LJ, Mittings J, Phillips J)